Welcome to the July 19, 2010 edition of financial independence. This week, Your Financial Independence is highlighting one article regarding the timeless book The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles. Please do take time to review the article and to post your comments. Thank you to all weekly contributors who make this compilation possible. Your Financial Independence articles
The Science of Getting Rich is a timeless book with sound advice regarding build wealth. Your Financial Independence will be publishing a series of articles regarding the principles presented in the book. The first principle focuses on having the right mindset to support your path towards financial independence. Read more...Reader's sponsored articles
Silicon Valley Blogger presents How To Invest Online Using The Peter Lynch Strategy posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Thanks!"
Matt T. Henterly presents Ten Things You Don't Need to Start a Business posted at The SimpleChecking Blog, saying, "The "experts" aren't always right. If you are thinking about starting a business, here are 10 things you DON'T need."
How to Project How Much do I need to retire | eHow.com posted at FaithAllen, saying, "Financial independence is very important and projecting how much you need for retirement is part of being financial independent."
Susan Howe presents The 11 Wackiest Celebrity Body Part Insurance Policies posted at Welcome to the Insure.com Insurance Blog: Life Insurance, Health Insurance and Car Insurance news and opinions, saying, "Celebrities are known to insure their body parts. Read about the 11 wackiest celebrity body part insurance policies."
Christien presents How to Get a Free Credit Report without a Credit Card Needed posted at Credit Cards Truthiness.
Brenda D. Chapman presents 8 Most Expensive State Construction Projects posted at Construction Management Schools.
BWL presents The Best Pre-Paid Credit Cards & Who Should Use Them posted at Christian Personal Finance, saying, "This article examines the pros and cons of using prepaid credit cards and who might benefit from them..."
SWE presents How To Sell Something on Ebay posted at Sell With Ebay, saying, "Selling on Ebay is a great way to make some extra cash and these are some tips to get you started..."
Gal Josefsberg presents Do Frugality and Dieting Work? posted at Equally Happy, saying, "Frugality has a bad reputation in some circles as a pointless pursuit of a few more cents at the expense of joy and happiness. I think this is a misconception. To me, frugality is less about chasing one more dollar and more about finding ways to improve life that also happen to save a bit of money."
Alexander presents What are Dividend Aristocrats? posted at Dividend Stocks, saying, "Dividend Aristocrats are dividend stocks listed in the S&P that have increased their dividend for 25 years or more. They make great investments."
Moneyedup presents Ipad Financial Apps posted at MoneyedUP, saying, "5 financial apps that will help you manage your finances from anywhere."
Ramsay presents Guaranteed Ways To Keep Your Phone Bill Down posted at Need Money Tips, saying, "Save money on your cell phone bill by reducing unnecessary expenses from your monthly bill."
How to Properly Manage 401k Retirement Plans | eHow.com posted at FaithAllen, saying, "Being independent on your own finances is very important for anyone at any age. 401K retirement plans are cornerstone to finanical independence."
Dan presents Actively Managed ETF Wins in Both Up and Down Markets posted at ETF Base, saying, "A review of an actively managed ETF that beats the S&P500 in both up and down markets. Beating the street is rare but this ETF has the demonstrated history making it worth a look."
Michael Pruser presents What is a Good Credit Score? posted at The Dough Roller, saying, "A look at the difference in credit scores and how it can affect your finances over the course of a lifetime."
Contact presents Is Discover the Rodney Dangerfield of Credit Card Issuers? posted at NerdWallet Blog - Credit Card Watch, saying, "Discover has a reputation for not being widely accepted. And while the bad reputation is not without merit, it’s quickly fading from truth into perception. Even since 2007, when Discover was the butt of jokes on Futurama and Family Guy, things have improved substantially."
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